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Hello sir,, I have not secured 60 percent in physics and maths in 12th and my overall percent is also aggregate to 55 percent in 12th ... But now I am pursuing my graduation degree in BCA... But my dream is to join and clear Afcat ...and be in a flying branch So am i eligible for the afcat..

Anurag Khanna 8th May, 2021

Hello Aspirant,

Unfortunately, you are not eligible for joining Flying branch through AFCAT (Air Force Common Admission Test) because as you have mentioned that you have not even scored 60% in either of the Mathematics and Physics but the eligibility criteria of Flying Branch clearly says that if a candidate wants to join flying branch through AFCAT then he/she should have minimum 60% in both Physics as well as Mathematics in 10+2 along with

**Bachelor’s degree (3 years) in any discipline from a recognized university

OR

**hold B.Tech/ BE degree with minimum 60% from a recognized university

OR

**clearance in section A and B exam of Associate Membership of Institution of Engineers (India)/ Aeronautical Society of India with minimum 60% from a recognized university.

So according to the above eligibility criteria everything is fine but the only thing in which you are lacking is you class 12th percentage of Mathematics and Physics, so what I would recommend you is just appear for Mathematics and Physics examination of class 12th from NIOS board and improve your percentage in it.

For complete details about AFCAT kindly check out the link given below :-

https://competition.careers360.com/exams/iaf-afcat

I hope this information helps you.

Good Luck!!

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hello,i am final year b.tech student,having a single backlog in sem 5,am i eligible to sit for cds in my final exam,

Abir Gayen 7th May, 2021

Hi Aspirant,

If you have cleared the backlog already then you are eligible but if you are having backlog at present then you  are not eligible.Candidate should not have any present backlog upto the last semester / year for which results have been declared upto the time of submission of application.This is the criteria for the backlog and cds exam eligiblity.

Hope it helps!!


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